Water and Wastes Digest Archive

September 2013
The school board of Sarasota County, Fla., was faced with a challenge common to many organizations: The growth of its operations was outstripping the capacity of one of its facilities. In particular, its bus-washing capabilities were unable to keep up...
Optimizing polymer preparation and feed through an enhanced mixing regime has significantly improved the biosolids management program at the city of Greeley, Colo., Water Pollution Control Facility. Switching from conventional batch mixing to an in-line...
Fifteen to 20 years ago, unreliable sensors accounted for most of the difficulties experienced with automatic measurement and control within the wastewater treatment processes. It was a well-known fact that wastewater treatment instruments required more...
Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department (WASD) is one of the largest public utilities in the U.S. As a department of Miami-Dade County, it provides direct service to more than 420,000 customers and employs more than 2,500 workers. Miami-Dade WASD provides...
Brinjac Eng. Inc. was hired by Harford Community College (HCC), Bel Air, Md., to replace the college’s existing septic system with a new centralized wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) involving a recirculating packed media filter (RPMF)/constructed...
In today’s society, water is available in a seemingly endless abundance. Access to clean water for everything from personal health and hygiene to recreational use seems to know no bounds. Water is such a commonplace resource that we even throw it away...
WWD Associate Editor Amy McIntosh asked Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD) Board President Kathleen Meany and Executive Director David St. Pierre about the district’s latest initiatives and what WEFTEC.13 attendees can...


The Water & Wastes Digest staff invites industry professionals to nominate the water and wastewater projects they deem most remarkable and innovative for recognition in the Annual Reference Guide issue. All projects must have been in the design or construction phase over the last 18 months.

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